It is always my pleasure to offer a tender opportunity that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle, Tondi Szabo, Minister of State for Sports (IME) at the Ministry of Human Resources (IME), said on Thursday of the tender for the next phase of the Hiszek Bneid Sports Programme.
“Recreational sports are important for all ages, and now organizations that are organizing some kind of event in the coming period can come forward,” said Tünde Szabó. The foreign minister emphasized that the more people practice sports as a recreational activity, the stronger the education of young people, and in the long run, the more successful elite sport will be.
“The available budget is HUF 350 million, but it is planned to constantly increase the amount. The deadline for applications is June 30, the support period lasts until April 30 next year, and sports organizations can calculate the budget until then,” Tünde Szabó said about the details. .
He noted that the applicant can win a maximum of 7.5 million HUF, the amount awarded depends on the volume and quality of the programs offered.
“Our goal is to support recreational sports at the local level, to benefit and increase the opportunities for the population and sporting conditions. We want to support events and series of events that can reach hundreds and thousands of people who practice sports and active lifestyles are part of local life”- added the Foreign Minister, who said that sports It is one of the most important means of maintaining health, so it is important that everyone gets the right forms of support.
Attila Czin, President of the Hungarian Recreational Sports Federation (MSZSZ), explained that he has been a strategic partner of the State Secretariat since 2016, and since last year and a half has no longer been able to organize anything, it is important to cooperate with Emmi. They can take the resource allocation.
“The most important thing for the participants is to move as many people as possible on a weekly basis, or even several times a week with the help of professionals,” said Xin, who said they would like to appreciate and retain their work. Places that have had problems lately.
“The goal is to encourage those around them to engage in physical activity, and this can be done with a grant or reduced aid,” the sports director said, calling for free programs to be taken out of the grant. He stressed that the association would be a non-contractual partner of Emmi, but that the HFSA would advise and study the financial framework that some organizations could manage. Attila Csini expressed the hope that at least half a million activities would be registered in the programme.
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